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million hole in the city's budget. so we spoke with chief kevin cartright, spokesman for the baltimore fire department, and he told us the firefighters in the company would be reassigned elsewhere and the cuts would save the city $2.2 million over the next fiscal year. the weather ironically has given the three-lame duck fire companies new life. they have been open since the storm and they will get to stay open a little longer. two, until monday and one until october 1st. but with more inclement weather possible this weekend, who's to say what they need? the baltimore firefighters union said it perfectly this week in this quote. the fire department is nothing short of an insurance company. you cannot predict when things are going to happen. so baltimore isn't the only city that's had to make big public sector sacrifices like this to stay afloat in the economy. up next, what is it going to mean for us this summer with so many cities going broke just when we really need their help. they have names like idle time books and smash records and on small business saturday they remind a nation
, but emergency cooling centers are open. there are 11 of them run by baltimore city, which we are told will be unavailable from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 in the evening. -- will be available from in until 7:00 in the evening. call 311 before you head out. they are working on the roof in the station. >> things have eased up just a bit in the area. we have a report of the crash at caton avenue. another one at lafayette and poplar grove did another one at moravia park betw. downed wires in the intersection, could be closed at bonview in the city. middle river road, and in howard county, several situations related to this storm. downed pole at union chapel between men walk road. jennings chapel in florence, that remains closed for a downed tree. this the west side of the beltway at baltimore national pike. 83 and york road, harrisburg expressway. >> we had some thunderstorms go through again last night, but they are moving off the coast, and the rest of the day should be fairly quiet. the dew points are in the low- to-mid-60's. that will make it feel a little bit better. high temperatures in th
might imagine it is not without controversy. >> reporter: like many cities baltimore has long sold ad space on trains and buses. now politicians here are seeing red. how unusual is it? >> it is unusual. >> reporter: councilman pete welsh is behind a proposal to sell ads on fire trucks to stop the cash strapped city from closing three stations for good. >> it's not selling out. having advertising puts control in the hands of the fire department itself. >> please don't shut down these companies. >> reporter: the city council just voted to support the measure. >> when i first heard about the bill i thought it was idiotic. why look like nascar? why do we want to look like a bus going down the street. after the shock wore off this shows how far we have to go to think outside the box. >> reporter: apparently baltimore isn't the only town thinking outside that box. city leaders throughout the country are getting creative to make ends meet. chicago has sold ad space on some iconic bridges to bank of america. philadelphia has rented out a transit station to at&t. and the small town of brazil,
their product in america, in baltimore city, a high-quality wire steel product, sells their product in america, exports their product to other countries, and creates more jobs here in america. that's a success story, mr. president. and that's the type of story, i've given up on -- a lot of people have given up on steel. we can't give up on steel. we need to make it in america. let me tell you about another success story. tomorrow i'll be at english american tailoring which is located in westminster right near baltimore in maryland. well, they manufacturer suits -- they manufacture suits in america. they make it in america. we're able to do it. all they ask for is a level playing field, and, mr. president, we took some steps in the senate finance committee yesterday to give that level playing field by what we call the wool trust fund which deals with inverse tariffs. we need to make sure our laws are fair. the shocking thing about clothing, it actually have higher tariffs on the raw material making it impossible to manufacture in america than the finished product coming into america. we correct
. >> city police are investigating a shooting in northwest baltimore. police say a man was shot multiple times just after 3:00 saturday morning in the 3500 block of west belvedere avenue. 21-year-old was hit in the face and body and he was taken to an area hospital and is in critical but stable condition. detectives are asking anyone with information about the shooting to contact the northwest precinct. >> a four wheeler timid over in baltimore county sending eight people to the hospital. the accident happened in the 1700 block of munkton farm drive a little after 10:00 has night. baltimore county police are currently investigating that incident and police in carroll county are investigating a multivehicle car crash in mount airy. it happened at the intersection of route 27 and south main street before 7:00 last night. we're told there were multiple injuries. no word of what caused that crash. howard county police have identified a man killed in a car crash in ellicott city. the accident happened around 1:45 saturday in the 9500 block of old frederick road. mrs. say 87-year-old harold n
at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> this is wjz tv baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood. now in complete coverage it's wjz. maryland's news station. >> still coping. frustration grows for tens of thousands still without power. >> those deadly storms will be felt throughout the state for weeks and months to come. >> welcome to wjz special conch as a record storm st
's the only way some people can stay cool right now. the city of baltimore has extended a red code heat alert until tuesday. let's look at what's going on. the massive storm has caused damage from indiana to the eastern seaboard. >> reporter: big smiles for a small simplicity. there were smiles for an ice give away in virginia. and that brought many like sahri bonet. >> there's no ice around here nowhere, we went to like two supermarkets and there's no ice. >> reporter: several fatalities were reported including a 27- year-old man when his vehicle was hit by a tree. eli blackwell was also in springfield and shares her experience. >> the wind just suddenly hit. it was really intense. ran inside. i had just put my stuff down. trying to figure out what i was going to do and i heard the tree. >> reporter: eight 100 plus records have been reported. it's close to the breaking point. >> all our phones are dead, in case of an emergency we can't make a call or anything. >> reporter: i'm april williams reporting. >>> heading out to help, volunteers from the bay area travel to fire ravaged colorado. wha
to help with the power. don, back to you. >>> baltimore city police shot and killed a man. they witnessed 38-year-old michael woodty assault a woman. when they approached the man took off. an officer chased him. during a scuffle the officer shot the man. >>> a man missing in the rubble of a wear house was found dead inside. rescue crews pulled the body of 46-year-old roland haggins. a fort lift operator knocked over some shelves which knocked over the roof. >>> the search for a missing better is resuming this morning. the coast guard suspended the search last night. he was aboard a boat that capsized on saturday morning. four others were rescued by a fishing boat and the guard. the fifth man still has not been found. >>> today the ann arundel council is scheduled to vote on emergency legislation that would require all public pools to have a defibrillator. it's called conner's law. it is named after 5-year-old conner freed who died at a club pool in 2006 when he was not revived. the legislation needs five votes to pass. >>> with temperatures expected to approach the triple digits today, th
. we had some storms last night. we have some strong thunderstorms in ocean city but nothing around baltimore. the rest of the morning should be quiet. a mixture of sun and clouds. turning less humidity. high temperature around 92. keith mills came up with a new complaint. he said, why don't have a snowplow going down my street yet? love that. >> thank you for blowing my cover. the london olympics less than a month away. in other local athlete will represent the united states. group in arnold at last when he finished second in the men's 1500 meters -- he grew up in arnold. phelps won his last race taking down tyler mcgill. michael won four races. he qualified and could go after eight gold medals in london. he said he and his coach will decide how many he swims. three orioles are headed to the all-star game. jason hammel could still be voted in for the final spot. the birds landed in seattle last night after the birds lost to the indians. matusz struggled. downhill from there. home run from shelley duncan. defense was sloppy. little offense. aaron cunningham with a home run. the orio
in the pacific northwest. 90s from salt lake city to baltimore. and 80s here in the northeast. >>> well, crews battling the huge western wildfires need all the help they can get. but actually they now have just lost some crucial equipment in the fight. seven military air tankers are now grounded after a c-130 cargo plane with a crew of six went down sunday night while fighting a fire in south dakota. the crash killed at least one of the crew members who were based in north carolina. president obama has already offered his condolences. >>> new details are emerging about the navy jet that slammed into a virginia beach apartment complex in april. investigators say for the first time ever, both engines on the f-18 hornet failed. the right engine stalled. and the left engine also malfunctioned. they're still trying to figure out exactly what caused the catastrophic event. the pilots did manage to eject safely and miraculously no one on the ground was killed. >>> with that we turn to the largest health care fraud settlement in the nation's history. prosecutors say drug maker, glaxosmithklein promote
many cities baltimore has long sold ad space on trains and buses. but now politicians here are eing red. how unusual is this idea? >> unusual. >> reporter: this councilman is behind the proposal to sell ads on fire trucks to stop the cash-strapped city from closing three stations including this one for good. >> it's not selling out. having advertising puts contl in the hands of the fire department itself. >> please don't shut down these companies. >> reporter: the city council just voted to support the measure. >> when i first heard the bill i thought i was idiotic. but after the shock wore off this shows how far that we have to go to think outside-the-box. >> reporter: apparently baltimore isn't the only town thinking outside of that box. city leaders throughout the country are getting creative to make end meet. chicago has sold ad space on so of its iconic bridges to bank of america. philadelphia has rented out a transit station to at&t. and brazil, indiana let k of c advertise their chicken wings on fire hydrants. but some say mixing the two is commercial graffiti. >> we live in a so
, of course, is my home city of baltimore, where the water infrastructure is historic as some of its buildings, well over 100 years old. we've talked about this issue, but, madam president, i just want to bring to your attention that this past monday in baltimore, 120-year-old water main broke creating a massive crater in downtown baltimore on one of the busiest streets in our city. i've been told it's going to take a couple of weeks before that can be fixed. i've also been told that as a result, downtown baltimore was flooded and sending thousands of workers home, costing businesses countless loss of revenue. now, okay, you say these things happen. well, in baltimore we have a water main break at the rate of about two or three a day, causing a lot of cost, because our city workers have to go out and dig it up and have to cut off water service, homes are inconvenienced by not having the ability to get their water. and we go through this again and again. what we need to do is upgrade our water infrastructure. we all understand that. we need to make that investment. and these major water main br
the dakotas all the way to the east coast. temperatures soared past the 100-degree mark in many cities over the weekend. shot up to 97 in baltimore. so hot in fact people were lining up for those much-coveted bags of ice. more now from abc's ginger zee. >> reporter: it's an epic heat wave. >> i think it is too hot. i am not a heat person. >> reporter: 105 in atlanta, georgia. 103, raleigh, north carolina, 103 for birmingham, alabama. big numbers under a huge heat dome. it is not a technical term. here's what it is. a high-pressure system that settles in and barely budges. here's how it works. high pressure compresses air to the ground increasing the molecule's energy and that warms it up all around us. that's the science. here's how it feels -- oppressive heat with no break. a gigantic fan offering relief at a golf tournament in atlanta. for this pup, took an icy treat to cool down. in atlanta, it was one too many overheated innings, the nationals pitcher pulled out of the game with heat exhaustion. across the river in new jersey, paramedics were responding to emergency heat-related calls,
's a major cleanup operation under way right now. want to bring in the mayor of baltimore, stephanie rawlings-blake. her city has extended a code red heat alert through tomorrow. good morning. >> good morning to you. >> tell me what you're doing for folks in the baltimore area to keep them from suffering heat exhaustion, heat stroke. it's supposed to be triple digits for the next couple of days. >> we're dealing with two weather emergencies, certainly the derecho, weird storm that no one knows what it is, but the heat is the majorening and that's where we anticipate being vulnerable with heat deaths. we've been giving out ice an asking city residents to check on vulnerable neighbors, those without power and they know don't have air conditioning. check on them, living in isolation, to check and really come together neighbor to neighbor. >> i read you spent your sunday, correct me if i'm wrong, handing out ice blocks to people who i know don't have the ac and in terms of major intersections, have lived in the d.c., baltimore area. i know morning commutes aren't fun, especially adding insult to
was john anderson, a 25-year-old baltimore slave who had been hired out by his owner for many years and so had lived relatively freely as so many others did in the port city. his friend nettles, a free black lent him his free papers, complicating the picture further is the fact that anderson had been brought on board by his landlord and a young woman. the implication is that the landlord was white. at a time when local observers worried about the existence of elements of the underground railroad in the city, it seems that anderson had the help of net lts, his landlord and an unnamed woman in planning his escape. it was the sort of alliance that haunted southerners. captain rogers faced two problems. one, he knew under maryland law and baltimore ordinances he could be held liable for anderson's escape. secondly he was determined to recover his $23. he concluded best way to resolve both problems was to keep anderson on board rather than put him on shore in norfolk or some other port along the coast where he would be forced to answer potentially embarrassing questions. once the ship dropped a
now, is when it happens. you can live it through our twitter picture. it happens with other cities with grid patterns like baltimore and chicago. let me give you those dates so you know. in chicago, september 25th. in particular, march 12th and around september 2nd. the question i ask, was new york designed by space aliens? that has nothing to do with it. it has to do with the grid pattern and the sun sets right between there. here, the heat returns as we get back into the east coast. washington, d.c., new york city, all going back in the 90s. the heat comes back on sunday. washington, d.c., about saturday into sunday. hasn't it been a nice break to get temperatures and lower humidities. the 80s and lower humidities. here's where thunderstorms could light up. bismarck, fargo, sioux falls. you'll see the strongest storms during the day today. >> all that weather was brought to you by florida's natural orange juice. you're right, george. yesterday would have been the day. >> i'll mark it on my calendar for next year. >> the incredible thing that happened yesterday. sorry you missed i
creative, baltimore is going to sell ads on fire trucks to stop the cash strapped city. let's have a listen. >> when i first heard about the bill, i thought it was idiotic. why do we want to look like nascar or a bus. this shows how far we have to go to think outside of the box. >> if this is something that keeps the fire company open and people safe, this is something you want to consider. >> chicago also sold ad space on theridges to bank of america while philadelphia rented out a transit station to at&t and brazil, indiana let kfc advertise the chicken wings on the fire hydrants. >> all right. let's talk a different kind of money. that's what we will spend for the barbecue on the fourth of july. >> apparently july fourth will be easier this year on your pocket book. the majority of americans plan to celebrate with a cook out and no surprises there, but according to a special big inside analysis, the average price of an independence picnic is down to $59.14. as for the total spend on cook outs, $2.4 billion based on a shopping list of all the things you need for a cook out. >> mandy drury
,000 more 4g cities and towns than verin. focus lolo, focust sanya let's do this i am from baltimore south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love this is for everyone back home it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. >> greta: time for last call, as you know mitt romney faced a tough crowd at the naacp convention yesterday. >> in order to do that i'm going to eliminate every nonessential, expensive program i can find thark includes obama care. i'm going to work to reform and save... >> greta: ladies of "the view" did not hold back. >> when people boo, it's, they're saying i don't like what you're saying i need you to stop saying it. if obama went to the gay pride parade and said i'm going to repeel don't ask, don't tell he would get booed. >> a guest speaker said jesus is not real, i'm not going m. i'm going boo. boo. >> and when you get passionat passionate... >> this is the thing, passionate and using logical minded emotion are two different things brett favre would get booed when he went to go play
be what it would cost in downtown baltimore, but in this case you are a long way from the city. it was built to put out fires on that base, but it is now for the most part closed. it was closed down a number of years ago. another issue we found with that particular building and that there is a lot of ground contamination due to the activities going on at the base. what the value of that building? it's difficult to say. the property people we spoke to doubted the value was anything close to what the federal database specified that it was. it is going to be really hard to find a buyer for it firehouse that has been closed for 10 years on contaminated ground. host: we have an interior shot also. guest: it did not look that much better. we had to wear hard hats. we could only go into some parts. we did not want to get hit with falling debris. but host: massachusetts on the democratic line. caller: i have a comment than a question. is this nongovernment fraud to undermine the tax payers and take away their purchasing power basically to just take the power away from the people? we al
't need the jobs. host: baltimore, mike, democrat l line. caller: i grew pickup a midwestern city famous for high quality manufacturing and as a kid i remember the claims of everyone around me, you know, made in milwaukee, the best. now i go home and they say that is over. all the firms are gone. that pride in workmanship is gone. but what has changed is we are globalized. so, wisconsin is just one node in a global economy. so, we have to get back in a global economy to where we were. we have to actually do what germany does. capture the highest value added parts of the commodity chain in the global economy. i think we can do it. host: "new york times" a story page a-8 that the headline says u.s. charges men on the iran embargo that the justice department unsealed the indictment of two men for conspiracy to violate the embark against iran by trying to smuggle restricted equipment and materials suitable for goes centrifuge to enrich uranium in the country. they had been made in the united states. a 24-page indictment handed down accuse accused them of working together and with others to b
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